‘Dredd 3D’ graded on Nucoda Film Master

Colour grading done at Berlin-based The Post Republic.


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Dredd 3D

London – Digital Vision announced in a press release that Berlin-based post production facility The Post Republic has graded DNA Films’ sci-fi thriller Dredd 3D (a remake of the classic Judge Dredd), using Nucoda Film Master. Written by Alex Garland, the film took the number one weekend box office slot when it opened in the UK last month.

Filmed on location in Cape Town, SA by DOP Anthony Dodd Mantle (Slumdog Millionaire) Dredd 3D was shot on pairs of Red MX cameras across three rigs and SI-2Ks on a Steadicam rig, all supplied by 3D experts Paradise FX Europe. The shots were matched via a custom made colour matrix as part of Post Republic and Prime Focus’ on-set digital lab process. Prime Focus provided all the VFX, working closely with The Post Republic throughout the post production process.



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